Lexus has unveiled a new concept car called the GXOR, or GX Off-Road, which is essentially a heavily modified version of the GX SUV (specifically the pre-facelift model) that prioritises ruggedness. The vehicle was presented at the FJ Summit in Ouray, Colorado recently, and features a number of modifications to tame even the most demanding off-road trails.

For starters, the GXOR features 2.5-inch dampers made by Icon with remote reservoirs and billet control arms with delta joints. There’s also parts from CBI, including frame sliders, full underbody armour protection and a bespoke bumper that also hides a Warn 9.5XP-S winch.

The list continues with General Tire Grabber X3 275/70 tyres wrapped around 18-inch Lexus F Sport wheels,and a Safari snorkel. That last item ensures air is constantly fed to the 4.6 litre naturally-aspirated V8, especially when wading through deep water.

Other adds-on include Maxtrax recovery boards for dire situations, AluBox storage cases, a 50-inch LED light bar from Rigid and an Overland 160-watt solar panel, with a K9 roof rack from Eezi-Awn to accommodate them all.

Meanwhile, the boot is fitted with a Goose Gear drawer system and a National Lune Refrigerator. To go along with the SUV, and for even more storage, there’s also a Patriot Campers X1H trailer in tow that gets a Redarc Two-Pro electric brake controller.

As you can tell, these upgrades aren’t custom made for the concept, but are actually sourced from various aftermarket manufacturers and suppliers. Lexus says the concept is meant to be a love letter to GX fans, saying, “it’s the enthusiasts and their vehicles that give life to the concept.”